There are several examples thus far dealing with how to speed up a process. They provide a solution in the question itself but are asking about how to quicken this solution. They include

To me, these questions seem to be off topic because they're not looking to solve a problem, they're looking to quicken the process that solves the problem.

What do you think? Should these types of questions be on topic?

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Providing the asker includes exactly what they are doing now, and otherwise fits into our new scope.

I would consider "a better mousetrap" [1] to be "looking for an alternative to a product or solution that they have tried" [2].

  • I agree with this. The reason what they have tried is unsatisfactory to them is that it is to slow.
    – liebs19
    Dec 15, 2014 at 18:20

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